Seasonal dachas which owners is most of Russians sometimes serve not only for cultivation of cucumbers and parsley, they become the favourite vacation spot. Swing, lawns, artificial ponds are not rarity long ago, and here vertical gardening can be met at dachas not so often. As the reason for that serve difficulties in cultivation of long-term lianas which many summer residents face.
The curling perennials there is great variety. The following long-term lianas are the most popular:
- Chinese magnolia vine;
- maiden grapes;
- azarina or maurandiya;
- Aubert's mountaineer.
Making the choice for ivy, it is necessary to think well, this plant expands quickly and without due leaving it in short terms will captivate your site, having forced out from it other plants.
Each long-term climber has the features, for example, where the azarina grows, the wistaria can not always take root. As for the neighbourhood of lianas and flowers, it not always develops successfully. For this reason you should not place long-term lianas in the neighbourhood with beds, it is better to land them in the distance from flowers and bushes especially as lianas can be placed along walls, fences and arches.
The homeland of wistaria is China. There this plant can be met in many parks where magnificent twenty-meter lianas with big lilac inflorescences just strike with the beauty. The wistaria cannot almost be grown up from seeds, usually small sprout perishes from soil mold. The same mold makes pernicious impact and on wistaria shanks therefore it is imparted most often, getting wistaria in special nurseries.
The wistaria prefers well lit solar places and is afraid of drafts therefore the place for its landing should be chosen especially attentively. Cultivation of wistaria requires the good soil. The first year the plant is ill and looks weak. For the winter the wistaria needs to be covered with needles. In the spring before on plant the first leaflets appear, it is necessary to remove the stood escapes. After there are first leaves, it is necessary to make fertilizing.
It is one more popular climber which differs in unpretentiousness and very active growth. It is the best of all to land maiden grapes shanks. For landing it is necessary to pour a little sand into pole and to lay in it stone drainage. After landing the shank should be shaded and it is abundant to water.
Basic care behind maiden grapes consists in timely cutting. Excess escapes should be cut off in time, otherwise the plant will captivate all site.